Diane Hayashino

Diane Hayashino
California State University, Long Beach | CSULB

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Harassment of Asian American (AA) women has received little attention in popular culture and academic research despite their long legacy of sexualized racial stereotyping (e.g., Geisha, sexually submissive; Shimizu, 2007) and additional risk of mistreatment due to their membership in both marginalized gender and racial groups (Beale, 1970; Settles...
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This study explored the effects of attachment and acculturation on relationship satisfaction for Latino college students in their current close friendships. Results indicated that attachment but not acculturation predicts relationship satisfaction. Women were more satisfied than men with friends of the same and opposite sex. High-quality close frie...
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With the rise in stress and anxiety among college students, there is a need for more comprehensive and effective counseling options for counselors in college counseling centers. This study investigated the impact of using biofeedback and brief counseling in treating stress and anxiety in an ethnically diverse college student population. Results ind...
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How do psychologists treat eating disorders (EDs) and subclinical issues in Asian American women in a culturally competent manner? Disordered eating and body dissatisfaction are so common in women that most therapists work with the issues to some degree, and it is increasingly likely they will see women of color. Asian American women are at signifi...
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This article presents culturally specific practices with counseling Asian American women in the group modality. Using a theoretical framework that integrates multiculturalism and feminism, this article offers collective reflections from three Asian American female therapists and their experiences as facilitators of two Asian American women's groups...
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This article presents culturally specific practices with counseling Asian American women in the group modality. Using a theo-retical framework that integrates multiculturalism and feminism, this ar-ticle offers collective reflections from three Asian American female therapists and their experiences as facilitators of two Asian American women's grou...
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This chapter discusses situations where the therapist of color is on the receiving end of racism and addresses the following question: How do we react to and address racism directed at us by our clients, supervisors, and supervisees? Each of the seven authors describes a vignette of a powerful experience with racism, as well as how he or she respon...
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Although a variety of cognitions are thought to be associated with men who engage children in sexual activities, the extent to which these cognitive factors are specific to molesters has yet to be determined. In this study, incestuous molesters, extrafamilial molesters, rapists, incarcerated nonsexual offenders, and laypersons were compared on cogn...

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